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Dr. Richard Pearson, MD
Dr. Richard Pearson, MD works in Germantown, TN as
He is board certified in
- Meth Hospital, Residency Hospital — 1976
- University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center, Residency Hospital — 1976
- City Memphis Hosps, Internship Hospital — 1972
- University Of Tennessee Health Science Center College Of Medicine, Medical School — 1971
- Johns Hopkins Graduate School Biomedical Engineering1966-1968, Undergraduate School — 1968
- University of Tennessee, Undergraduate School — 1966
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With Kidney Stones being the favorite thing for my body to do, I know Dr. Pearson very well. He has the worlds best bed-side manners and he is an obvious Christian man who loves and cares for his patients. His wife is also fabulous. If I could adopt them, I would!!! God bless this man for all his patience when dealing with people who, at times, are a bit unruly because of their pain....He moved from Amory but I would drive to Memphis if need be!
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Dr. Pearson's office is located at 7512 2ND ST Germantown, TN 38138. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.
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Dr. Pearson is board certified in
Dr. Pearson has been practicing as an Urology Specialist for 52 years.
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